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I wonder if you let me know to indicate the above concept, whether the mentioned idiom is correct or not? No one ever makes a pass at me. The plane made a pass at the landing field and pulled up at the last minute.
For example sometime she smiles when the boy looks at her or looks at him all the time or etc. The bird made a pass escorts tamworth me because I got too close to its nest.
Can you believe it? This usage employs pass in the sense of a "jab" or "poke. Source: I have written this example myself.
See also: makepass make a pass at something to fly over or close by something. No one ever "makes a pass at" him Farlex Dictionary of Idioms.
Larry made a pass at me! Do you think she was making a pass at me, or was she just being nice? Also, take a pass at.
I need to discover the most common, colloquial and not formal verb which is used among natives these days The only idiom which I have found for this meaning in English is "To houses for sale poolewe a pass at somebody"; Example: Can you believe it?
I'm tired of complete strangers making a pass at me when I go out.
What is the verb which the native speakers use to indicate such a concept? She "made a pass at" Larry last night at the party! All pxss reserved.
Make an attempt, as in I've made a pass at opening it but had no luck, or Jake, will you take a pass at changing the oil?